225/55R17 Michelin Premier A/S All Season Tire (97V)
The Michelin Premier A/S All Season Tire is safe when new, safe when worn. Even when a Michelin Premier A/S tire is worn is still stops shorter then many leading competitors new tires. The Premier A/S features shorter stopping, excellent hydroplane resistance and excellent wet traction.The Premier A/S tire features Michelin's new EverGrip technology with combines excellent safety throughout the entire life of the tire. For the Michelin Premier A/S All Season tire, call or order from our online tire store today.
Manufacturers Part Number: 28800
Speed Rating: 97V
Rim Width (Min-Max): 6.0"-8.0"
Max Pressure: 44 psi
Max Load: 1609 lbs
Overall Diameter: 26.7 Inches
Section Width on Measuring Rim: 9.2" on 7.0" Inches
Revolutions per mile: 777
Tread Depth: 8.5 (32nds)
Manufacturer's Treadwear Limited Warranty: 60,000 Miles
UTQG stands for Uniform Tire Quality Grading System and was designed by the NHTSA to help guide consumers in finding the right tire. The UTQG uses three factors to rate tires, allowing consumers to compare tires across manufacturers using a common set of factors.
Tire includes free shipping or free mounting, balancing, rubber valve stem, and disposal of the old tire at one of our 19 locations
Michelin Tire is a global leader in the production and distribution of all types of tires. Michelin North America is the US branch of Michelin Tire and has operations in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Michelin North America maintains headquarters and manufacturing plants in each of these countries which further demonstrates their commitment to their valued customers.
Michelin manufacturers and distributes tires for all kinds of vehicles including automobiles, farm equipment, commercial trucks, construction and off the road equipment. With over 22,000 employees and 19 manufacturing facilities Michelin focuses on building high quality, innovative tires designed to last. Michelin's research and development department employs over 1000 people, most of them engineers. Which is why Michelin continues to be a market leader in the tire industry.